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Ten dead, 31 injured as passenger van turns turtle in Jamshoro

JAMSHORO – At least ten people were killed while 31 others sustained severe injuries as a passenger bus overturned on Indus Highway in Jamshoro today (Tuesday). According to details, the incident took place when a speeding van en route to Karachi from Shahdadkot turned turtle on Indus Highway and killed 10 ...

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PM’s son-in-law summoned for concealing wife’s assets

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has summoned Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law retired Captain Mohammad Safdar on June 1 to explain his position with regard to the charge of concealment of his wife Maryam Safdar’s assets. Nawabzada Salahuddin Saeed of the PTI, who had lost the 2013 elections ...

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Kerry to Lavrov: Russia must stop Assad strikes

US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on Russia to persuade the Syrian government to stop what he alleged to be strikes targeting civilians in Syria. In a phone call on Monday, Kerry told his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, that Moscow has “special responsibility” over the strikes Washington blames on the ...

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Clinton declines to debate Sanders in California

US Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has declined to debate rival Bernie Sanders, ahead of the state’s delegate-rich June 7 primary. “We have declined Fox News’ invitation to participate in a debate in California,” Clinton’s top campaign spokeswoman said in a statement on Monday. “As we have said previously, we ...

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TSA official removed from post amid congressional scrutiny

The head of security for the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been removed from his position after the agency was criticized by a congressional committee for long lines at airport security checkpoints. Kelly Hoggan, the TSA’s assistant administrator for the Office of Security Operations since May 2013, was replaced ...

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